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Ironhide is the name of several different fictional characters in the Transformers universes. Image File history File links Copyright-problem. ... A fictional character is any person who appears in a work of fiction. ... A Transformer is a fictional robot that is able to transform, rearranging itself into a common and innocuous form, such as a car, aircraft, or animal. ...

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Transformers - Generation 1

Transformers character
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Ironhide
Affiliation Autobot, later Maximal
Sub-Group Autobot Cars
Deluxe Vehicles
Go-Bots
Power Masters
Deluxe Beasts
Function Security
Military Strategist
Maximal Elder
Partner Prowl, Chromia & Silverbolt
Motto "High tech circuitry is no replacement for guts."
"Being fast is an asset, but nothing replaces guts!"
"I grind Decepticons into garbage any way I can."
"Slow is as slow does."
Alternate Modes Cybertronian Truck
Nissan Onebox Cherry Vanette
Ford Pick-Up Truck
Hummer
Cobra HiSS
African elephant
Series Transformers: Generation 1
Transformers: Generation 2
Beast Wars
Transformers: Timelines
Voiced by Peter Cullen (English)
Sho Hayami (Japanese)

Ironhide (Rhino in Canada, Falco in Italy, Vasököl (Ironfist) in Hungary) is portrayed as a toughened old Autobot who has seen his share of battle. Transformers are fictional alien robots and the titular characters of a popular[1] Hasbro toy line and its spin-offs. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Maximals are a faction in the Transformers toyline by Hasbro and the accompanying animated television series Beast Wars. ... In Greek mythology, Chromia is the daughter of Itonus, son of Amphictyon, himself son of Deucalion. ... Silverbolt is the name of several fictional characters in the Transformers universes. ... The Nissan Vanette is a small van produced by Nissan of Japan. ... Distribution of Loxodonta africana (2007) Species Loxodonta adaurora (extinct) Loxodonta africana Loxodonta cyclotis African elephants are the two species of elephants in the genus Loxodonta, one of the two existing genera in Elephantidae. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Peter Cullen, born in Montreal, Canada is a voice actor who is best known for providing the voices for Optimus Prime and Ironhide, in the original Transformers series and the narrator in both American Voltron series. ... Sho Hayami (速水 奨 Hayami Shō), né Yasushi ÅŒhama (大濱 靖 ÅŒhama Yasushi, born August 2, 1958) is a veteran seiyÅ« who was born in Hyogo. ...


Animated series

Ironhide and Chromia
Ironhide and Chromia

The character designers for the cartoon redesigned Ironhide's body, which is now the best-known of all his appearances. Despite being known for being part of the Autobot security detail and Optimus Prime's bodyguard, Ironhide was most often seen in the capacity of a warrior, often fighting in battle without Optimus Prime, or a specific worksite/person/cargo to protect. He was also used as an officer, leading a team of Autobots just as would Optimus's advisors, Prowl and Jazz. Ironhide seemed to develop a bond with the Autobots' human allies, engaging with them on a friendly basis as much as protecting them. Ironhide was good friends with the female Autobot Chromia. Image File history File links Ironhide-chromia. ... Image File history File links Ironhide-chromia. ... Chromia is the name of 2 characters in the Transformers universes. ...


In the "More Than Meets The Eye" three parter that launched the animated series Ironhide was shown assisting Bumblebee in stopping a Rumble created flood. Later, tired of being constantly a step behind the Decepticons, Ironhide impetuously took off after them - only to be brought back down to Earth with a bump by a teleporting Skywarp. Ironhide's most prominent appearance was in the second season episode The Immobilizer. Distracted by Spike's friend Carly (who was a big fan of the Autobots) while on guard duty, Ironhide inadvertently allowed the Decepticons to steal Wheeljack's latest invention - a weapon that could freeze anything it fired at, including Transformers. Guilt-ridden and believing himself to be too old to be of any further use Ironhide resigned from active service, against the wishes of Optimus Prime. However, when Carly was captured by the Decepticons trying to make up for what had happened to Ironhide, the veteran Autobot went to her rescue and saved her from the Decepticon base. After being frozen and unfrozen by the Immobilizer (after Carly and Brawn sabotaged it) Ironhide personally destroyed the device and returned to active duty. Bumblebee is the name of a fictional character from the various Transformers universes. ... Rumble (Trompeur in Quebec, Tartar in Italy) is a fictional character in the Transformers universes. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The Witwicky family members are fictional characters from the original Generation One Transformers universes, and are the closest human allies of the Autobots. ... Wheeljack is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. ... Optimus Prime (known as Convoy in Japan) is a fictional character and the protagonist of the Transformers universes. ... Brawn is not to be confused with X-Brawn, a very similar character from Transformers: Robots in Disguise. ...


Ironhide fulfilled his role as Prime's bodyguard in the episode "Transport to Oblivion." While battling Megatron at a power plant, Prime accidentally knocked the Decepticon leader into a generator, giving him a temporary "power boost." Megatron took advantage of the boost, knocking Prime down and temporarily stunning him. He then transformed into his gun mode, ordering Soundwave to destroy the Autobot leader. Ironhide, leaping forward, took the shot himself, saving Prime's life. Rather than pursue the withdrawing Decepticons, Optimus ordered the team back to base because of how badly Ironhide had been hit. The grouchy Ironhide was not at all pleased with needing some "R&R" (what Ratchet said was needed for one of his components--"removed and rebuilt"). Ratchet humorously threatened to disconnect Ironhide's vocal circuits if he kept complaining. Ironhide made a full recovery and was available for duty soon thereafter.


In "A Prime Problem" Ironhide took temporary leadership of the Autobots when they couldn't decide on which Optimus Prime was which, as Megatron had made a perfect clone of Optimus Prime to fool the Autobots into venturing down into a dangerous chasm.


In "The Search for Alpha Trion", when Optimus Prime returned to Cybertron alone to save Elita One, Ironhide leads Inferno and Powerglide after him. On Cybertron the Autobots are briefly reunited with Chromia, Moonracer and Firestar, defeat the Decepticons and save Elita. Elita One is the female Autobot commander on Cybertron trying to liberate the planet from the corrupt grip of the Decepticon guardian of Cybertron, Shockwave. ... Inferno is the name of four fictional characters from the various Transformers universes. ... Powerglide is the name of a fictional character from the various Transformers universes. ... Cybertron from the original cartoon series Cybertron is the home world of the Autobots and Decepticons in the assorted stories in the fictional Transformers universes. ... Chromia is the name of 2 characters in the Transformers universes. ...


Ironhide is killed in The Transformers: The Movie as the Decepticons invade an Autobot shuttle in which Ironhide, Prowl, Ratchet and Brawn are traveling to Earth. Before the shuttle departed, Spike asked Ironhide to tell his son, Daniel, that he misses him, and that he'll be coming home as soon as they 'kick Megatron's tail clear across the galaxy.' Despite his "heavily concentrated armor in his front section", he falls as result of a number of blasts from the invading Decepticons and several shots to the chest from Megatron in his 'gun' mode, wielded by Starscream. When Megatron reveals to Starscream how he is going to attack Autobot City on Earth and wipe them out forever, a wounded Ironhide clutches at Megatron's leg and yells, "No!!". Megatron answers with the famous words: "Such heroic nonsense", and kills Ironhide offscreen with a point-blank blast to the head from his fusion cannon. A few scenes later, Ironhide can supposedly be seen fighting during the aerial shot of Autobot City, but this is actually just a miscolored Reflector flying past in the upper-right corner of the screen. This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Prowl is the name of several fictional characters in the Transformers universes. ... Ratchet is the name of several characters in the Transformers universes. ... Brawn is not to be confused with X-Brawn, a very similar character from Transformers: Robots in Disguise. ... Autobot City is a city in the fictional Transformers Universe. ... Reflector is a Decepticon character from the fictional Transformers toy range and associated universe. ...


It is speculated by some that Ironhide may have formerly been Dion, the best friend of worker robot Orion Pax, who was himself rebuilt into Optimus Prime by the ancient Autobot, Alpha Trion. Their apparent longstanding relationship could be seen to support this idea, but it was never officially touched upon. Ironhide was, at least, an established character at the time of the episode War Dawn (unlike Ultra Magnus who is also seen as a likely Dion). Still, Magnus has many points in favor of his being Dion as well (including an official recognition/homage to the idea in the second Dreamwave G1 miniseries) and in the end, the issue remains unresolved. Orion Pax Orion Pax is a fictional character from the Transformers universe. ... Alpha Trion circa 1985 Alpha Trion circa 9m BC A3 circa 11m BC Alpha Trion is a fictional character in the Transformers animated series. ... Ultra Magnus is the name of several fictional characters from the various Transformers universes. ...


Marvel Comics

Ironhide's first appearance in the comics resembled his toy but was soon updated to his more anthropomorphic animated form. In US #4, with the Autobots low on fuel and facing an imminent Decepticon assault, he was chosen by Optimus Prime alongside Huffer, Bluestreak and Mirage to be given all the remaining fuel and stand against the Decepticons. While Megatron's soldiers collapsed at the last moment due to poisoned fuel, the Autobots were abruptly offlined and the Ark captured by Shockwave. Anthropomorphism, also referred to as personification or prosopopeia, is the attribution of human characteristics to inanimate objects, animals, forces of nature, and others. ... Optimus Prime (known as Convoy in Japan) is a fictional character and the protagonist of the Transformers universes. ... Huffer as seen in the animated series. ... Silverstreak (Streak in Japan, Jaseur in France, Ariete in Italy) is the name given to the Transformers character once known as Bluestreak, but for trademark reasons it had to be changed in 2003. ... G1 Mirage toy packaging art Mirage is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. ...


Once reactivated, he was part of the team sent on a failed mission to prevent the Decepticons contacting Cybertron and battled the Constructicons for the first time. He later worked alongside Jetfire in the Dinobot Hunt and learnt to trust him despite his Decepticon origins; and he fought the Constructicons again at a demolition derby while working as a bodyguard for Buster Witwicky. Things took a darker turn when, in Target: 2006, Galvatron arrived and Optimus Prime was sent to Limbo. Losing to the future Decepticon and having taken a humiliating beating, it was Ironhide who made the decision to dig up & reactivate Megatron and have him assume command against Galvatron. The Constructicons (known as Buildrons in Japan, Constructicans in France and Escavators in Italy) are a group of fictional characters from the Transformers universe. ... Jetfire is the name of two fictional characters from the Transformers universes. ... The Witwicky Family are fictional characters from the original Generation One Transformers universe, and are the closest human allies of the Autobots. ... Galvatron is the name of several fictional Transformers, most often the recreated version of Megatron, the Decepticon Supreme Commander. ...


Ironhide was sidelined as a character in subsequent issues, though he was drawn as fighting against Ratbat's forces on the moon and in the Time Wars. He was later deactivated, presumably during the Underbase battle, and reactivated by Grimlock using Nucleon. This article is about the Transformers character. ...


In the latter-day black-and-white U.K. stories, he was one of five Autobots who Galvatron accidentally reactivated whilst trying to find Autobots with flaws that he could exploit to gain as troops. It was revealed Ironhide had once thwarted a terrorist siege only for the police to almost mess it up, leaving him feeling frustrated with humans. The five defeated him and Ironhide became part of the Autobot Earthforce, where he went on to thwart Decepticon attempts to create an Actionmaster Devastator and help Jazz prevent Megatron & Shockwave from uniting their two factions.


Ironhide appeared in the Marvel Generation Two comics in his G1 form, seemingly dying alongside Smokescreen. Smokescreen is the name of several different fictional characters in the Transformers universes. ...


Audio books

Ironhide was featured in the 1985 audio adventures Megatron's Fight For Power, Autobots Fight Back and Laserbeak's Fury. This article or section does not cite any references or sources. ... This article or section does not cite any references or sources. ...


3H Enterprises

The Beast Wars Ironhide made appearance in Transformers: Universe #3 as part of Magnaboss. In this comic Optimus Primal pleads with Magnaboss and the Maximal High council (which oddly includes Bantor, Air Hammer, Corahda, Torca and Battle Unicorn) to take the threat of Unicron seriously, but they doubt his claims. Optimus Primal is detained, but Snarl breaks him out of the detention center. Optimus Primal (Convoy, later Beast Convoy to differentiate him from the original Convoy, Blackjack in some European markets) is a fictional character from the Transformers toyline, and the leader of the Maximal forces and the main protagonist in the Beast Wars television series. ... Bantor is the name of a fictional character from the various Transformers universes. ... // Air Hammer is a fictional character from the Transformers universe. ... Torca is a fictional character from the various Transformers universes. ... Snarl is the name of five different fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. ...


Dreamwave Productions

Ironhide spent his peacetime years as a construction engineer fashioning the vast bridges that connect Cybertron's many city-states. When civil war broke out on the planet Cybertron between the Autobots and Decepticon factions, Ironhide joined the Autobot cause.


In the War Within stories, Ironhide was shown during the war often teamed with Grimlock. Ironhide was present under Grimlock's at the battle of Altihex, where they proved unable to save the city. When new leader Optimus ordered the evacuation of Cybertron by the Autobots, Ironhide was among those who reluctantly prepared for the evacuation; he was subsequently part of Grimlock's team sent to rescue Optimus in Cybertron's depths and fought to stop Starscream from mechaforming the planet. When Megatron and Optimus Prime temporarily disappeared in an accident with a space bridge and both sides split into multiple factions, Ironhide joined the Lightning Strike Coalition under Grimlock. Working with the LSC, he helped steal a shipment of energon from Starscream at the Moon Alpha Space Port. It is worth noting that this Cybertronian incarnation of Ironhide represented the original toy closely, with his windscreen in front of his face.


Ironhide was among the Autobots on the Ark mission, who crashed on Earth and were awoken, reformatted into Earth forms, in 1984. After the Decepticons were defeated, the Autobots returned home in the Ark II, but the ship exploded shortly after takeoff and a deactivated Ironhide was one of those lost in the ocean. He was also one of those recovered by Lazarus and reprogrammed as slave war machines to be sold to the highest bidder. Megatron broke free and then freed his fellow Decepticons; the captured Autobots were abused, but eventually freed by Optimus Prime.


In 2003, a Cybertronian task force under Shockwave announced that the war had ended on Cybertron and that Megatron and Optimus Prime's troops were all criminals for their violent acts. Ironhide was taken back to Cybertron, and after Shockwave was deposed he helped Prowl give combat training to the younger Cybertronian Autobots.


Devil's Due Publishing

Ironhide as a Cobra HISS tank
Ironhide as a Cobra HISS tank

In this alternate-continuity crossover between Transformers and G.I. Joe, the Ark was discovered by the terrorist group Cobra, and all the Transformers inside were reformatted into Cobra vehicles remotely controlled by Tele-Vipers (Cobra's communications officers). In this storyline, Ironhide turned into a Cobra HISS (HIgh Speed Sentry) tank. Image File history File linksMetadata Csironhide-cobra. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Csironhide-cobra. ... Cobra Command redirects here. ...


Ironhide appeared in the second Devil's Due comic series, this time reformatted by Teletran-3 into a 1970s car and also in the third crossover, where he was part of the combined Autobot/G.I Joe force that attempted to rescue Optimus Prime. Although his alternate mode is not shown, his body resembles that of the classic G1 look, indicating his alternate mode is now the familiar Nissan.


Transformers: Timelines

Deathsaurus vs. Ironhide
Deathsaurus vs. Ironhide

A remold of the Energon Autobot Tow-Line, the original Ironhide makes his first appearance as a new toy in ten years as a BotCon exclusive. His body has been reconfigured by Optimus Prime and the Matrix into a form resembling a more advanced version of his old body. Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (800x688, 243 KB) Deathsaurus and Ironhide fight in Transformers: Timelines #1 2005 by Fun Publications. ... Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (800x688, 243 KB) Deathsaurus and Ironhide fight in Transformers: Timelines #1 2005 by Fun Publications. ... Display cases for upcoming Transformers at BotCon 2006 BotCon, briefly known as The Official Transformers Collectors Convention (or OTFCC), is an annual convention for Transformers fans and collectors. ...


In the accompanying comic, Descent into Evil, set in a possible future he leads a group of Autobots, including his old friend Ratchet. Sent to investigate Deathsaurus' activities, they discovered his plan to create a massive army of Insecticon clones. After his team had been captured Ironhide took on Deathsaurus himself, hoping to distract him long enough to allow Ratchet to free the others. He failed and was captured by the larger Decepticon. However, he and Ratchet were freed by Ricochet, who was in fact an agent of Bumblebee, and had infected the Insecticons with a virus that slowly destroyed their clones. Ironhide was then instrumental in leading Autobot reinforcements to victory over the Decepticons. Ratchet is the name of several characters in the Transformers universes. ... Deszaras, also known as Deathsaurus, is the fictional antagonist of the animated series Transformers: Victory and its accompanying toyline, one of the numerous Transformers series. ... Basic Insecticon Trio Insecticons is the name given to a sub-group of fictional characters in the Transformers Universes, referred to as Insectrons in the Japanese version. ... Ricochet is the name of several characters in the Transformers Universes. ... Bumblebee is the name of a fictional character from the various Transformers universes. ...


IDW Publishing

In IDW Publishing's new The Transformers: Infiltration mini-series, Ironhide is part of an infiltration unit consisting of Ratchet, Wheeljack, Jazz, Bumblebee and Sunstreaker, led by Prowl. He first appears saving Ratchet from Thundercracker. He was also part of the expedition to the Decepticon base to watch the duel between Megatron and a super-powered Starscream. It is interesting to note here that it is Ironhide, not Prowl (who is in command) or Ratchet (who was arguing for it) who takes the decision to call in Optimus Prime. Although presented as Generation 1's Ironhide, he and Ratchet are shown transforming into full-sized Dodge/Freightliner/Mercedes Benz Sprinter vans, as opposed to the Japanese-manufactured vanettes. IDW Publishing (a division of Idea and Design Works) is an American comic book company. ... Ratchet is the name of several characters in the Transformers universes. ... Wheeljack is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. ... Jazz is the name of several fictional characters from the various [[Transformers universes]. For trademark reasons, Jazz is sometimes referred to as Autobot Jazz or Meister, his Japanese name. ... Bumblebee is the name of a fictional character from the various Transformers universes. ... Sunstreaker (Solo in Canada, Lince in Italy) is a fictional character from The Transformers. ... Prowl is the name of several fictional characters in the Transformers universes. ... Thundercracker is the name given to multiple fictional characters in the Transformers Universes. ... This article is about the Transformers character. ... Starscream is a Decepticon (or sometimes Predacon) in the various fictional Transformers universes. ...


In the sequel series The Transformers: Escalation Ironhide was dispatched along with Sunstreaker to escort the humans back to their homes. Unfortunately Sunsteaker was attacked by the Machination, an organization dedicated to acquiring Transformer technology, and apparently destroyed as Ironhide tried to get to him. Forced to back off as the humans recovered his remains, Ironhide took Verity and Jimmy back to base. Later he suggested to Prime that he be allowed to look for Sunstreaker, but was overruled - leading to a confrontation with Prowl. After discovering that Ratchet, Verity and Jimmy planned to disobey orders again, Ironhide insisted on going with them. Locating the garage that had built the fake Sunstreaker, Ironhide was talked into letting Verity and Jimmy go in to have a look. When they failed to reappear, Ironhide went in personally - only to discover their gassed bodies, as a timer ticked down past three minutes. Ironhide and Ratchet managed to get the humans to safety, but Ironhide was too slow escaping, and was seemingly destroyed in the blast. Sunstreaker (Solo in Canada, Lince in Italy) is a fictional character from The Transformers. ...


IDW Beast Wars

According to initial postings on the message board as IDW Publishing, the writers of their Beast Wars comics plan to make a profile of this Ironhide in their comics which will give the character a background. He was later shown in the second volume of the "Beast Wars: The Ascending" miniseries to be part of the Maximal Imperium along with Silverbolt and Prowl, with profile book writer Ben Yee later confirming that it is indeed a later incarnate of the G1 era character.


Evolutions: Hearts of Steel

An alternate version of Ironhide would appear in IDW's Hearts of Steel. When Starscream's plan is discovered Ironhide was one of those who followed Bumblebee's lead in following the Decepticon train convoy, shooting down Scourge, and was present at their defeat. Following this, he and the other Autobots went back into stasis. Starscream is a Decepticon (or sometimes Predacon) in the various fictional Transformers universes. ... Scourge is the name of four fictional characters from the Transformers universes. ...


Toys

  • Generation 1 Ironhide
The Ironhide toy originated as a toy before the actual Transformers toyline began, in a line called Diaclone. As with many Diaclone toys, the vanette (the term mini-van would not be used until the first Dodge Caravans were sold in 1984) toy was released in 1984 as a new character called Ironhide. Not being designed to be a sentient robot in the Diaclone line (he was piloted by a tiny driver figure who sat in the driver's seat), the toy of Ironhide did not have a proper head, instead having a pilot's seat behind his windscreen. A sticker with a face on applied to the seat was to represent the head. This toy was not the most suited to be a Transformer but the character of Ironhide went on to become one of the best-known identities in Transformers. According to store listings there were plans to reissue Trailbreaker and Ironhide as commemorative toys in 2005, but due to poor sales of the line, they were never released. In late 2007 however, Ironhide did make it into a toy reissue as a part of the TakaraTomy Encore series. An extra feature of this Encore release is a cardboard cartoon-style Ironhide head which can be mounted on top of the toy's windshield in his robot mode.
Remolded into Ratchet. [1]
  • Power Master Ironhide
In Europe, Ironhide received a further upgrade as a "Power Master" (not to be confused with the Generation 1 Powermasters) where he now transformed into a Hummer. The European Power Masters (also called Powered Masters) were simple pull robots with pull back motors which propelled them in either form, like the Generation 1 Throttlebots, but they would only go forward when their weapons were inserted into their base.
This version of Ironhide is described as being a battle-tested veteran with heavy armored plating.
  • Transformers: Generation 2 Ironhide (1995)
For Generation 2, Ironhide was reformatted into a silver Ford pickup truck. Although he received a new bio and motto, he still functions as security. The toy was a recolor of the Autobot Motormouth.
Ironhide's tech spec described him as a stubborn survivor and incredible strength. He's been upgraded from his old armored form to a lightweight alloy frame with a major boost in speed. Ironhide has never appeared in this form in any official fiction.
  • Beast Wars Ironhide (1997)
Packaged together with Beast Wars Prowl and Beast Wars eagle Silverbolt.
This toy was later redecoed into Beast Wars Second Santon.
  • Timelines Ironhide
A BotCon exclusive remold of Energon Towline.
  • Transformers: Universe Ironhide (2008)
At BotCon 2007 Hasbro mentioned there is a possibility that Ironhide will be released in the Transformers: Universe/Classics 2.0 range in 2008.

Takara Toys Diaclone toys were transforming vehicles piloted by miniature Micromen called an Inch-Man. ... It has been suggested that this article be split into articles entitled Dodge Caravan and Dodge Grand Caravan, accessible from a disambiguation page. ... Trailbreaker (Glouton in Canada, Tuono in Italy) is a fictional character from the Transformers toy line and animated television series. ... Powermasters were a sub-group within the Transformers toyline in 1988. ... Hummer is a brand of off-road vehicles sold by General Motors, also known as GM. The H1 version is based on the military High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV, or Humvee). ... “Ford” redirects here. ... The best selling North American pickup truck, the Ford F-Series. ... Prowl is the name of several fictional characters in the Transformers universes. ... Silverbolt is the name of several fictional characters in the Transformers universes. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Santon is the name of a fictional character from the various Transformers universes. ...

Other media

  • Ironhide appears in the Robot Chicken episode "Junk in the Trunk" voiced by Dax Shepard. When Ironhide asks Prowl about Optimus Prime's urinating problems, Prowl answers him by making a joke because he can't urinate. In this cameo, a modified RobotMasters Optimus Prime was used to portray Ironhide, since the original G1 Ironhide's robot mode beared little resemblance to the cartoon character.


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Transformers: Robots in Disguise

Transformers character

animated appearance
Ironhide
Affiliation Autobot
Japanese name Ox
Sub-Group Spy Changer
Function Transportation
Motto "Let's move out!"
Alternate Modes Ford F-Series Pick-up Truck
Series Transformers: Robots in Disguise
Transformers: Universe
Voiced by Michael McConnohie (English)

Ironhide is the strongest of the Spy Changers. Usually a peaceful intellectual until he gets pushed to the limit, then stay out of his way. He's an expert in materials transport and carries a shockwave rifle. Transformers are fictional alien robots and the titular characters of a popular[1] Hasbro toy line and its spin-offs. ... Image File history File links S-ironhide. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... “Ford” redirects here. ... Michael D. McConnohie (Born July 23, 1951 in Mansfield, Ohio, USA) is a voice actor and is the President of the Nevada-based Voxworks voice-acting corporation. ...


Animated series

In the TV series, the Spy Changers received little characterization - usually acting in a group to attack or perform whatever mission they had been assigned. Ironhide's best friend was fellow Spy Changer Mirage which was the basis of one particular episode called "Mirage's Betrayal". After an incident where Mirage, fearing collateral damage, allowed the Predacons to get away, the others on the team accused him of failure. A furious Mirage walked out, realizing the Predacons had put a bug on him. Ironhide attempted to talk him out of it, but snapped and punched him when Mirage threatened to join the Predacons (unaware he was just doing it for show). Later, Mirage called the Spy Changers to Megatron's latest weapon, having ostensibly joined the Predacons. He managed to communicate his true intentions to the other Spy Changers, and they destroyed the laser. A guilty Ironhide demanded Mirage hit him to even things out between them - but Mirage simply prodded his friend, claiming they were now even before challenging him to a race back to base. This article is about the evil factions of Beast Wars and Transformers: Robots in Disguise known as Predacons and the Armada character of the same name. ... The Transformers: Robots in Disguise version of Megatron (known as Gigatron in Japan) was the merciless leader of the Predacons (Destrongers) in that series branch of Transformers mythology. ...


3H Enterprises

The Universe Ironhide character made an appearance in the BotCon 2004 vocal play, where he was a member of two groups of Transformers from the RiD universe by Unicron for use in the gladiatorial battles repowering him. However, a device built by Rhinox to stop this deflected them instead to a frozen asteroid. Both sides then dispatched teams to locate them. Alongside the future era Transformers Silverbolt, Rattrap and Waspinator, as well as the timelost G1 Autobots Bumblebee, Tracks and Cosmos, they battled and defeated Unicron's Decepticon servants. Unicron is a fictional character from the Transformers universes and toyline. ... Rhinox is the name of several fictional characters from various Transformers Universes. ... Silverbolt is the name of several fictional characters in the Transformers universes. ... Rattrap (Rattol in Japan) is the name of a fictional character from the Transformers toyline that appeared in the Beast Wars and Beast Machines series. ... Waspinator is the name of a fictional character from the various Transformers universes. ... Bumblebee is the name of a fictional character from the various Transformers universes. ... Tracks (Le Sillage in Canada, Puma in Italy) is the name to a single character in the Transformers Universes. ... Cosmos is the Autobots reconnaissance & communications specialist in space. ...


Toys

  • Robots in Disguise Ironhide (2001)
An American release of the Japanese Car Robots toy named Ox, Ironhide was the obvious choice of name for this toy, having previously been used on the mold before Generation 2. This toy was later recolored into a several clear versions, one of which was repackaged as the second Transformers: Universe Hoist. Like the original this Ironhide has a Southern accent.


Hoist (Treuil in Canada, Bufalo in Italy) is the name of two characters in the Transformers Universes. ...


Transformers: Armada

Transformers character
Ironhide
Affiliation Mini-Con
Sub-Group Female Transformers
Partner Terrorsaur
Motto "Alone is no way to live."
Alternate Modes Dune Runner
Series Transformers: Armada

Although she doesn't look it, Ironhide is a female Transformer Mini-Con who has been captured by the Decepticon Terrorsaur for his own personal use. Transformers are fictional alien robots and the titular characters of a popular[1] Hasbro toy line and its spin-offs. ... Mini-Cons are a human-sized race and faction of power-enhancing transforming robots in the Transformers: Armada universe and its sequels, one of the assorted universes in Transformers fiction. ... Terrorsaur is the name of several fictional characters from the world of Transformers universes. ...


Dreamwave Productions

According to the bio given in Dreamwave comics Ironhide was a supporter of the Mini-Cons joining the Autobots, and was joined with an Autobot warrior until he was killed by Terrorsaur. When Terrorsaur was taken by Unicron she was freed but felt an emptiness in her life and now misses him.


She is particularly strong and tough for a Mini-Con as well as being very smart. Her main weapon is her machine gun which fires armor piercing rounds.


Ironhide is very emotionally needy. [2]


Toys

  • Armada Terrorsaur with Ironhide (2003)
Ironhide is a repaint of fellow Mini-Con Dune Runner.



Transformers: Energon

Transformers character
Ironhide
Affiliation Autobot
Japanese name Roadbuster
Sub-Group Ultra Vehicles
Motto "If trouble doesn't find me, I'll find it!"
Alternate Modes Modified Toyota Land Cruiser
Series Transformers: Energon
Voiced by Matt Hill (English)
Mitsuo Iwata (Japanese)

Ironhide is a young, reckless Autobot who idolizes Hot Shot. He's a good fighter, but lacks discipline (a personality which reflects that of the G1 version). He most commonly powerlinx with Jetfire, becoming the lower (or upper) half of their combined form. Carries a laser cannon. Transformers are fictional alien robots and the titular characters of a popular[1] Hasbro toy line and its spin-offs. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The Toyota Land Cruiser is a popular series of four-wheel drive vehicles produced by the Japanese carmaker Toyota Motor Corporation. ... For the politician from Tennessee, see Matthew Hill. ... Mitsuo Iwata (岩田 光央 Iwata Mitsuo, born July 31, 1967) is a seiyū who was born in Tokorozawa, Saitama. ... Hot Shot is the name of two characters in the Transformers toyline and universes. ... Jetfire is the name of two fictional characters from the Transformers universes. ...


Ironhide's vehicular form resembles the then-unreleased Mini-Con, Reverb; both Transformers resembling the Ford Explorer Sport Trac. See also Ford Explorer for the SUV on which the Sport Trac is based The Ford Explorer Sport Trac is a mid-size sport utility vehicle with a pickup truck bed sold mostly in North America. ...


Also note that the Japanese name for the Decepticon Demolishor was Ironhide. Demolishor is a fictional character, a Decepticon in the Transformers: Armada and Transformers: Energon series. ...


The toy of the Autobot called Towline was an obvious homage to the design of the Generation 1 Ironhide and Ratchet toys.


Animated series

The youthful, impetuous Ironhide (Roadbuster) is the newest addition to Optimus Prime's team, and is desperate to prove himself to his commanders, particularly his idol, Hot Shot. Indeed, it is not generally the actions Ironhide performs on his own that define his character, but rather the actions taken in his relationships with others, the first such challenging being his partnership with the disagreeable human, Kicker. Neither Ironhide nor Kicker were happy about Optimus Prime's decision to force them together, but despite everything, the two eventually became good friends. Ironhide would also have to deal with the betrayal of Demolishor and the corruption of Scorponok, resulting in an emotional growth that saw him become the object of adoration himself, and leader of his own team. Ironhide transforms into an SUV with roof-mounted cannons, and possesses the Spark of Combination, allowing him to combine with other Transformers. During the battle against Unicron, Ironhide was evolved into a more powerful form by Primus (the cartoons continued to refer to him by his original name, while the toys were released as Energon Ironhide and Roadbuster W in the U.S. and Japan, respectively). The Optimus Prime of the fictional Unicron Trilogy, consisting of Transformers: Armada, Transformers: Energon and Transformers: Cybertron is the leader of the heroic Autobots and the main protagonist of the trilogy. ... Hot Shot is the name of two characters in the Transformers toyline and universes. ... Kicker and High Wire. ... Scorponok is the name shared by several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. ... Unicron is a fictional character from the Transformers universes and toyline. ... Primus is the benevolent godlike entity in the fictional Transformers comic universe who fought against the Chaos-Bringer Unicron. ...


Dreamwave Productions

Ironhide would also appear in the Dreamwave Productions Energon comic series, where his backstory was expanded on. In the years of the civil war Ironhide was a prisoner of the Decepticons, most notably the sadistic Tidal Wave, who killed other Autobots whenever Ironhide refused his orders, forcing him to make weapons. Before the events of Energon he had come to Earth under the command of Jetfire. However, his past would come to the fore once again in Energon #24 when he was attacked by Tidal Wave - now a Terrorcon, a group of former Decepticons enhanced by Unicron - who threatened Cliffjumper's life to get what he wanted. Forcing Ironhide to take him to a store of planet-destroying warheads to obtain one for the Terrorcons, Tidal Wave underestimated his prisoner's resolve as he activated the warhead and attacked Tidal Wave. The Terrorcon easily defeated him, but was forced to flee by the arrival of Jetfire and the seemingly imminent detonation of the bomb - unaware that Ironhide had rigged it not to go off. Dreamwave Productions is a Canadian art design studio and comic book publisher, best known for their multiple Transformers comic book series. ... Tidal Wave is the name of a fictional character from Transformers Armada and Transformers Energon. ... Jetfire is the name of two fictional characters from the Transformers universes. ... The name Terrorcons refers to several different groups in the fictional Transformers toyline. ... Unicron is a fictional character from the Transformers universes and toyline. ... Cliffjumper is the name of several characters from the Transformers line of toys. ...


He was subsequently on Earth for the arrival of the Omnicons, and was one of the defenders of the Autobot base alongside Overload and Dropshot, but was easily defeated by Scorponok. After Megatron surprisingly arrived and defeated the Terrorcon leader, he confronted Ironhide - but instead of destroying him he merely gave Ironhide a message to give to the Autobots: that Megatron was back. Omnicons are the main sub-group that can manipulate energon in the Transformers: Energon series. ... Megatron is a fictional character and the leader of the evil Decepticons in the universe of the Transformers Unicron Trilogy, comprising Transformers: Armada, Transformers: Energon and Transformers: Cybertron. ...


Dreamwave went out of business before the end of Energon could be reached, so any further tales of Ironhide would remain untold.


Toys

  • Energon Ironhide (2004)
A Mega class toy.[3]
  • Energon Energon Ironhide
A redeco of the original toy in green, with the colour scheme designed to evoke G1 Hound.
  • Energon McDonalds Ironhide
Available only in Europe as a toy in Happy Meals.

// The toy that was to become the Autobot Hound was originally released as part of the Japanese Diaclone series by Takara. ...

Transformers: Universe

Transformers character
Ironhide
Affiliation Autobot
Sub-Group Spy Changers
Partner Ultra Magnus
Alternate Modes Pickup Truck
Series Transformers: Universe

A new version of Ironhide was created for the Transformers: Universe storyline. Transformers are fictional alien robots and the titular characters of a popular[1] Hasbro toy line and its spin-offs. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


3H Enterprises

This character appeared in the 2004 BotCon voice actor play, and was seemingly yet another new Ironhide taken from a parallel dimension to that of the Robots in Disguise fiction.


The Voice Actor Drama was written for OFTCC 2004 by Simon Furman, set after the events in the comics. Spy Changers Optimus Prime, Prowl, Ultra Magnus and Ironhide were among those taken from their world via teleportation beam by Unicron and his Decepticon minions. The Autobot forces opposing Unicron attempted to deflect the beam, which left them all trapped on an uninhabited ice-world. The Autobot forces teamed up to overcome the Decepticons lead by Reptilion. Presumably the Autobots were then returned to their own worlds. Reptilion is the name of a fictional character from the Transformers universes. ...


Toys

  • Transformers: Universe Ultra Magnus with Ironhide (2004)
The parallel-universe spanning Transformers: Universe line also featured a black repaint of the Spy Changer version of Robots in Disguise Ironhide. This package was a Walmart store exclusive.



2007 Transformers film

Transformers character
Ironhide
Affiliation Autobot
Sub-Group Fast Action Battlers
Voyagers
Function Weapons Specialist
Motto "High tech circuitry is no replacement for guts."
Alternate Modes Cybertronian Truck
GMC Topkick
Series Transformers movie toys
English voice actor Jess Harnell (film)
Mark Ryan (video game)

In the Transformers live action film Ironhide appears as a modified GMC Topkick C6500 pickup truck. [1], replacing Arcee in the cast list. Peter Cullen, who provided the voices for both Optimus Prime and Ironhide in the original animated series, does not voice Ironhide in the film. Ironhide is described as being Prime's oldest friend and the weapons specialist of the team. According to the tech specs of his toy, he was built during the Battle of Tyger Pax and is one of the oldest Autobots. His weapons include laser cannons mounted on each forearm, with missiles connected around the outside of the right forearm laser cannon. In the video game adaption he has a machine gun and plasma cannon. Transformers are fictional alien robots and the titular characters of a popular[1] Hasbro toy line and its spin-offs. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The Chevrolet Kodiak (and similar GMC Topkick and Isuzu H-Series) is a line of large trucks from General Motors. ... Toys in the Transformers movie toys are released in conjunction with the 2007 Transformers film, comics and video games, and expand on the characters and story in them. ... Jess Q. Harnell (born December 23, 1963 in Teaneck, New Jersey, USA), is an American voice actor, best known for portraying Wakko Warner and Walter Wolf on Animaniacs. ... For the 1986 animated film, see The Transformers: The Movie. ... Mark Ryan (born 7 June 1956) is a British actor. ... Transformers is a 2007 live action science fiction film conceptually based on the Transformers franchise and toy line. ... The Chevrolet Kodiak (and similar GMC Topkick and Isuzu H-Series) is a line of medium-duty trucks from General Motors. ... Arcee is the name of several fictional characters in the Transformers universe. ... Peter Cullen, born in Montreal, Canada is a voice actor who is best known for providing the voices for Optimus Prime and Ironhide, in the original Transformers series and the narrator in both American Voltron series. ... Optimus Prime (known as Convoy in Japan) is a fictional character and the protagonist of the Transformers universes. ...


According to an early interview with Michael Bay Ironhide stands at 26 feet tall [4], but the scale of his Voyager class toy would suggest he stands closer to 21 feet tall. The official guide to the Transformers video game says he's 22 feet tall. The Transformers U.K. magazine states he stands 22 feet 5 inches tall, weighs 3.8 tons and can travel up to 180 mph. Michael Benjamin Bay (born February 17, 1965) is an American film director and producer. ...


Ironhide's weapons have over 10,000 pieces each. According to an interview with Industrial Light and Magic, Ironhide's guns alone have more pieces than some of the other Transformers in the film.[5] Industrial Light & Magic original logo, designed by Drew Struzan Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) is a motion picture special visual effects company, founded in May 1975 by George Lucas and owned by Lucasfilm Ltd. ...

Autobot Ironhide Topkick, on display at the 2007 Detroit River Walk Festival
Autobot Ironhide Topkick, on display at the 2007 Detroit River Walk Festival

The vehicles used for Bumblebee, Ironhide, Jazz and Ratchet were put on display by GM at the 2007 Detroit River Walk Festival a little over a week before the U.S. release of the film.[6] Image File history File linksMetadata Size of this preview: 800 × 599 pixelsFull resolution (2608 × 1952 pixel, file size: 584 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) The Autobot Ironhide in a picture I took at the 2007 Detroit River Walk Festival. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Size of this preview: 800 × 599 pixelsFull resolution (2608 × 1952 pixel, file size: 584 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) The Autobot Ironhide in a picture I took at the 2007 Detroit River Walk Festival. ... Bumblebee is the name of a fictional character from the various Transformers universes. ... Jazz is the name of several fictional characters from the various [[Transformers universes]. For trademark reasons, Jazz is sometimes referred to as Autobot Jazz or Meister, his Japanese name. ... Ratchet is the name of several characters in the Transformers universes. ... The Detroit RiverWalk will be a 5½-mile (8. ...


Transformers: The Game

In the video game, a conversation between Ironhide and Optimus Prime reveals that Ironhide was, at least partially, responsible for the destruction of a planet - or a moon - named "Cyber-5". However, Ironhide responds by claiming, "Awww, that hunk of rock was gonna blow up anyway." In the Autobots storyline, he battles and defeats Brawl as revenge for the former killing Jazz. In the Decepticons storyline, he is killed by Blackout.


Titan Books

The Titan Transformers U.K. Magazine would reveal Ironhide's role in the departure of the Allspark from Cybertron. When it was jettisoned into space he, Ratchet and Jazz hit the pursuing Megatron with a tractor beam, dragging him back to Cybertron. They were no match for his firepower, but the Decepticon leader, realizing they were just stalling him, called in Brawl (Devastator). He proved impervious to their firepower, and seemingly eliminated them all with a foldspace warhead, with Megatron commenting they were "lost in space". This article is about the Transformers concept. ... Ratchet is the name of several characters in the Transformers universes. ... Jazz is the name of several fictional characters from the various [[Transformers universes]. For trademark reasons, Jazz is sometimes referred to as Autobot Jazz or Meister, his Japanese name. ... This article is about the Transformers character. ... Brawl is the name given to several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. ...


In a later issue, set after the events of the film Ironhide aids the human military in hunting Scorponok. Scorponok is the name shared by several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. ...


Transformers: Ghosts of Yesterday

Ironhide appeared in the prequel novel Transformers: Ghosts of Yesterday. His character is a veteran and longtime friend of Optimus Prime. He is part of Prime's Autobot team searching for the Allspark, and voices the most displeasure at Prime's plan to communicate with the human vessel Ghost-1. With Prime and Bumblebee on the surface, Ironhide and Jazz battle the Decepticons, but Ironhide is put to flight by Starscream's return, only being saved by Ratchet's volley of fire from the Ark. In the final battle, he fights Bonecrusher, delaying him long enough for Prime to get a bead on Starscream, but is unable to stop Starscream from destroying Ghost-1. Starscream is a Decepticon (or sometimes Predacon) in the various fictional Transformers universes. ... The Ark is an Autobot spacecraft in the fictional Transformers Universe. ... Bonecrusher is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. ...


Movie plot

Ironhide in his iconic, slow-motion, helix twist as he is about to attack Devastator.
Ironhide in his iconic, slow-motion, helix twist as he is about to attack Devastator.

Arriving on Earth at the same time as Optimus Prime, (in a pool, to which a young girl asks him if he's the tooth fairy) Jazz and Ratchet. Ironhide quickly sneaks away to a driveway, scans a family's GMC Topkick pickup truck and reconfigures his alternate mode to a new camouflaged form before meeting up with the other Autobots at Bumblebee's location. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Ratchet is the name of several characters in the Transformers universes. ... The Chevrolet Kodiak (and similar GMC Topkick and Isuzu H-Series) is a line of large trucks from General Motors. ...


The Autobots then return to Sam's house and retrieve the glasses (containing the location of the Allspark) whilst attempting to hide from Sam's parents, which results in his mother's and father's prized gardens being destroyed by Prime's massive feet and Ratchet cutting off the neighborhood's power after accidentally colliding with an electric transformer. At one point, he becomes so frustrated that he asks Optimus if he can "take them out". He then gets a stern scolding from Optimus, who is frustrated at Ironhide's overuse of cannons. Unfortunately, that same evening a secret government organization, Sector 7, arrests Sam, Mikaela, and Bumblebee. For other uses, see Transformer (disambiguation). ... Bumblebee is the name of a fictional character from the various Transformers universes. ...


Ironhide appears somewhat 'gun-happy' throughout the film, and often pulls out his arm-cannons when he wishes to show off to new people, such as when he is first introduced to Sam Witwicky, he draws his cannons out, and makes a classic Clint Eastwood impression, quoting "You feeling lucky, punk?", or to get rid of things which annoy him, like Sam's dog Mojo when it urinated on his foot and Sam's over-protective and inadvertently interfering parents. Optimus Prime, at one point, gets so annoyed with Ironhide's trigger finger that he right out asks "What is with you?!". He is also shown to be slightly contemptuous towards the humans; he questions Prime as to why they should protect the human race, describing them as "primitive" and "violent", only to be reminded that the Autobots were not so different from them once. For other uses, see Clint Eastwood (disambiguation). ... Optimus Prime (known as Convoy in Japan) is a fictional character and the protagonist of the Transformers universes. ...


Ironhide is, despite being easily the bulkiest of the Autobots, a tough warrior endowed with surprising agility, shown in the final battle when he transforms, flips forward, and dodges Devastator's (Brawl) missiles while doing a helix twist at the same time. He was also able to maneuver through the city, and flip over a nearby human without even touching her, rocket jumping over her right after transforming. Ironhide plays a large role in the final battle: when Bumblebee is unable to fight, he provides cover despite being outnumbered three to one. He battles Devastator alongside Jazz and Ratchet in the movie, and engages in a battle with Starscream, with the aid of Ratchet. However, damage sustained in the brief brawl with Starscream leaves both him and Ratchet unable to further protect Sam. After the battle is over, Ironhide brings the remains of his fallen comrade Jazz to Optimus. Ironhide then gives Captain Lennox a ride home. Brawl is the name given to several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. ... Rocket jumping is a method of increasing a players jumping ability in a computer or video game. ... Devastator is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. ... Jazz is the name of several fictional characters from the various [[Transformers universes]. For trademark reasons, Jazz is sometimes referred to as Autobot Jazz or Meister, his Japanese name. ... Ratchet is the name of several characters in the Transformers universes. ... Starscream is a Decepticon (or sometimes Predacon) in the various fictional Transformers universes. ...


Movie toys

  • Movie Fast Action Battlers Cannon Blast Ironhide (2007)
A Deluxe sized toy meant for quick transformation and younger children. This toy of Ironhide measures 12 centimeters long, while an actual Topkick with measures 625 centimeters long, giving this toy a scale of about 1/52.
This toy was among the movie toys to be bootlegged by Chinese toy makers. A nearly identical toy, minus the Autobot logo, was sold under the name "Steel General" in 2007.
  • Movie Fast Action Battlers Pulse Cannon Ironhide (2008)
A white repaint of Fast Action Battlers Ironhide.[7]
  • Movie Voyager Class Ironhide (2007)
A Voyager sized toy with high details, on the same scale with Leader Class Optimus Prime, Deluxe Class Bumblebee and most of the Deluxe figures. Features Automorph technology and is equipped with two forearm-mounted cannons that can be linked to form one larger cannon. This toy of Ironhide measures 18 centimeters long, while an actual Topkick with measures 625 centimeters long, giving this toy a scale of about 1/35. With a robot mode 18 centimeters tall, this real robot would stand 21 feet tall.
This toy is noted as resembling the Generation 1 Autobot Trailbreaker, so much so that fan-based companies have produced sticker sets to make him into a custom Classics Trailbreaker. [8]
  • 3D Battle Card Game Ironhide (2007)
Ironhide is among the characters which appeared in the 1st wave of Transformers 3D Battle Card Game by Wizards of the Coast.
  • Movie Voyager Class Offroad Ironhide (2008)
A blue repaint of the Voyager class Ironhide figure.
  • Movie Legends Class Ironhide (2008)
A prototype of the Legends class Ironhide toy was seen on a tour of Hasbro in 2007. It is packaged in a two pack with Desert Blackout and is a new mold not a repaint. [9]
  • Premium Voyager Ironhide (2008)
A redeco of the Voyager Ironhide with metallic paint. [10]

Wizards of the Coast (often referred to as WotC or simply Wizards) is a publisher of games, primarily based on fantasy and science fiction themes. ...

Transformers: Animated

A recent photo shows Ironhide will be an upcoming character in Transformers Animated. His appearance appears to be based on his G1 appearance. What else he will have in common is unknown.


If one were to notice, he appears to be based on Ratchet's Cybertronian form, meaning he may be a repaint of Ratchet like in the G1 toys.


References

  1. ^ ToyBin G1 Ironhide toy gallery.
  2. ^ Terrorsaur and Ironhide Image Gallery.
  3. ^ Fan page for Energon Ironhide..
  4. ^ Transformers Set Visit Preview! - Movie News - Latest Movie Reviews and trailers
  5. ^ "ILM Interview at Lunchables.com.
  6. ^ "Transformers Movie Update: We Have An Exclusive Robogasm With Ironhide, Bumblebee, Jazz And Ratchet", Jalopnik, 2007-06-22. Retrieved on 2007-06-23. 
  7. ^ TFW2005 - The 2005 Boards
  8. ^ http://www.reprolabels.com/Classics/trailbreaker.asp
  9. ^ Botcon 2007 Hasbro tour - Transformers Images
  10. ^ http://www.allspark.com/news/new-transformers-premium-series-info--pictures-20071202.html

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External links

  • Ironhide at Teletraan 1
  • Ironhide galleries at Seibertron.com

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